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October 2021


 

 

Registration Required – Deadline: September 24, 2021 

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Finding the Optimal Treatment Plan for Your Patients With LC-FAODs

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The management of long-chain fatty acid oxidation disorders (LC-FAODs) is complicated due to their unpredictable and heterogeneous symptoms, different pathophysiologies, and varying disease severity in affected individuals. Until recently, treatment consisted only of lifestyle adjustments, nutritional management, dietary restrictions, and supplementation, which still left many patients at risk of acute metabolic episodes, emergency medical interventions, hospitalization, and premature death. 

Access this complimentary, accredited CE activity, Finding the Optimal Treatment Plan for Your Patients With LC-FAODs, which explores the different types of LC-FAODs, the effects of LC-FAODs on patients and caregivers, management and monitoring strategies for LC-FAODs, and the importance of multidisciplinary care teams.

 

A Virtual Discussion With Dietitians on Supporting Women With Urea Cycle Disorders (UCDs) Throughout Pregnancy

Join us for a case-based, peer-to-peer educational program led by metabolic dietitians to discuss best practices and unmet needs for the care of women with UCDs before, during, and after pregnancy. Participation will be encouraged through polling questions and Q&A chat.

Presented Live Wednesday, June 23, 2021

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Long-Chain Fatty Acid Oxidation Disorders (LC-FAOD): Clinical Perspectives on the Latest Evidence

Webcast Available 
August 13, 2021 – August 12, 2022

Clinical advances are transforming treatment paradigms in LC-FAODs, a group of rare diseases associated with a high incidence of morbidity and mortality. Tune in to this live webinar as prominent experts review the latest clinical evidence and share best practices for recognizing this rare disease and strategies for integrating patient-, disease-, and treatment-related factors into personalized care.

Don't miss the opportunity to:

  • Hone your skills in differentiating these rare conditions through complex case scenarios
  • Stay up-to-date on the latest clinical data on new therapies and standards of care
  • Download a POC practical reference guide to support care coordination for your patients

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to access the webcast

GMDI Webinar Series
Presented Live
on February 1, 2021

 

GMDI Members-Only Event

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and registration link

GMDI Webinar Series


Presented live on
October 22, 2020 

GMDI Members-Only Event

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and registration link

GMDI Webinar Series


Presented live on
September 21, 2020 

GMDI Members-Only Event

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GMDI Webinar Series


Presented live on
August 19, 2020 

Recorded Webinar now available!

GMDI Members-Only Event

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and registration link

GMDI Webinar Series 


Presented live on
June 25, 2020 

Recorded Webinar now available!

GMDI Members-Only Event

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and registration link

GMDI Webinar Series

Presented live on
July 23, 2020 

Recorded Webinar now available!

GMDI Members-Only Event

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and registration link

 

 

Breaking Down Long-Chain Fatty Acid Oxidation Disorder Treatment: Review of Current
Care and the Latest Advances, a CME/CPEU-certified, MOC-eligible WEBCOURSE is now
live and available on-demand! This activity will help metabolic clinicians better assess and
manage LC-FAOD and educate their patients to encourage adherence to treatment.

For full accreditation information and to begin the course, visit:
https://cme.rockpointe.com/4701-FAOD-WBC-GMDI-EM

Click HERE to download additional information about this course.

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